calcANOVA: Calculate statistics for a dataset

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Description

A 1-way ANOVA is performed across an attribute on data with a single timepoint. A 2-way ANOVA is performed across an attribute on data with multiple timepoints (this will take quite awhile if done on data with an extreme number of timepoints). Note that a 1-way ANOVA is statistically identical to a two-sample t-test when there are only two sample groups.

Usage

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calcANOVA(obj, attribute, ..., vector)

Arguments

obj

A valid DAM object (created by newExperiment

attribute

Which attribute stats should be calculated against.

Value

Returns

Examples

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activity <- toInterval(DAM_DD, 12, units = "hours", aggregateBy = "sum")
activity <- toAvgDay(activity)
statsAct <- calcStats(activity, "genotype")

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